It's bad enough that employers are doing away with traditional pensions and adopting 401(k)s that foist all the investing decisions onto workers, leaving them vulnerable to the vagaries of the market.
Like boomers (and all workers, for that matter) don't have enough to worry about when it comes to saving enough for retirement. Now actions by AOL's Tim Armstrong may be setting a dangerous example for other companies to follow.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to work for Google, Facebook or even AOL (as I once did), you've got to read Dave Eggers' new novel, The Circle.
The President of the United States held the first-ever Twitter press conference recently, and while it's true the event did not mark the end of Western Civilization, it did lead me to believe that when the end comes, the last living historian will Tweet: "2bad :("
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